LHC CJ performs ground breaking of judges residences


Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice Muhammad Ameer Bhatti on Saturday performed ground breaking of new residences for additional sessions and civil judges here at new judicial complex.

The new residences will be completed with a cost of Rs 260 millions, within period of two years, said XEN Building Haider Ali during briefing given to LHC CJ Ameer Bhatti.

He informed that residences were being constructed as per modern requirements. The chief justice, however, directed some changes in design in order to convert the houses into ideal residences.

He stated that the judges would perform their duties in amicable way amid limited resources.

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